Safety vs. solidarity | Virgin Atlantic's inclusive uniforms ban for Qatar flight was unenviable

Virgin Atlantic's inclusive uniforms ban for Qatar flight was unenviable

Virgin Atlantic’s decision to suspend its gender-neutral uniforms on a flight taking England’s World Cup squad to Qatar has sparked a debate about the firm’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

The airline flew the England men’s football team to the World Cup host nation this week, reportedly on board a plane specifically named Rain Bow as a symbol of LGBT+ pride.

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